The beginning of Donald Davidson’s career at the Indianapolis 500 coincided with what many consider the Golden Age of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
A Hickory Motor Speedway track champion has competed in Formula One.
Ken Schrader’s racing experience has come full circle.
Chase Elliott secured his first NASCAR Cup Series championship in November.
During an interview for a feature story that appears elsewhere in these pages, we learned about three-time USAC sprint car champion Brady Bacon’s plan to race in this year’s Little 500 at Anderson (Ind.) Speedway.
Legacies are funny things. Consider this: The 2016 Daytona 500, won by Denny Hamlin, was a typical season opener for the NASCAR Cup Series.
I live for Supercross on Saturday night.
Sooner or later, the best days and nights become chunks of time. Spend enough years around this sport and you find yourself no longer breaking things down by seasons, but by clusters of seasons.
In 1971, Bobby Isaac and his Harry Hyde-led crew towed their winged No. 71 Dodge Daytona to the Bonneville Salt Flats and set 28 land-speed records.
Iowa was once named the racingest state, an honor that did not include an explanation as to its qualifications.
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